Now, O’Connor’s influential and sought-after book on the short story is back. The Lonely Voice offers a master class with the master.
Author: Frank O'Connor
Publisher: Melville House
Introduction by Russell Banks. The legendary book about writing by the legendary writer is back! Frank O’Connor was one of the twentieth century’s greatest short story writers, and one of Ireland’s greatest authors ever. Now, O’Connor’s influential and sought-after book on the short story is back. The Lonely Voice offers a master class with the master. With his sharp wit and straightforward prose, O’Connor not only discusses the techniques and challenges of a form in which "a whole lifetime must be crowded into a few minutes," but he also delves into a passionate consideration of his favorite writers and their greatest works, including Chekhov, Hemingway, Kipling, Joyce, and others.
50 Poems of Life & Love Naraine Datt. 50 Poems of Life & Love NARAINE DATT
A LONELY VOICE A LONELY VOICE 50 Poems of Life. A. Lonely. Voice. 36751-
Author: Naraine Datt
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Mr. Datts poems reflect wide international interests and attitudes and have enough interest for a wide range of readers. His subjects include the nuclear holocaust to domestic issues between man and wife. He expressed liberal sympathies taking up the cause of victimized people whether they are aboriginal Canadians, South African Blacks or Rodney King. By combining poignant moments of boyhood experiences, realistic details concerning issues, his poetry employs richly evocative language and universal themes; social and cultural issues and its impact upon society and world politics. Naraine offers a thought provoking and intriguing examination of one mans life and his personal growth process.
MUSIC/ CLASSICAL Peter Ilyitch TCHAIKOVSKY NONE BUT THE LONELY
HEART & OTHER SONGS FOR HIGH VOICE One of the most expressive and
versatile of the great 19th-century Romantic composers, Tchaikovsky brought a
Author: Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Rich selection of 40 charming works includes celebrated title song plus Don Juan's Serenade, Mignon's Song, Night of Stars, Serenade, Song of the Gipsy Girl, and other exquisite pieces for voice and piano.
43. 5. Richard Ford, 'Introduction', in Richard Ford (ed.), The New Granta Book of
the American Short Story (London: Granta Books, 2007), pp. viii–ix. Pritchett, 'The
Short Story', p. 7. Ibid. Ibid. p. 8. Frank O'Connor, The Lonely Voice: A Study of ...
Author: Paul Delaney
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
Provides a clear introduction to the key terms and frameworks in cognitive poetics and stylistics
Troupe writes: The lonely voice of an old black church woman singing plaintively
in the dusky glow of a backwater country evening, somewhere few come to, save
mosquitoes or rats or evil white men dressed in bed sheets, carrying guns and ...
Author: Professor of English and African-American Studies Robert O'Meally
Publisher: Columbia University Press
'Uptown Conversation' asserts that jazz is not only a music to define, it is a culture. The essays illustrate how for more than a century jazz has initiated a call and response across art forms, geographies, and cultures, inspiring musicians, filmmakers,painters and poets.
Surely, as suggested above, the title of the film can tip us off: the voice of the title
is not really Nikita's, nor Lyuba's, nor any ... It is also the lonely voice of the artist,
who serves as a receptacle and resonance chamber for the muted voices of ...
Author: Jeremi Szaniawski
Publisher: Columbia University Press
One of the last representatives of a brand of serious, high-art cinema, Alexander Sokurov has produced a massive oeuvre exploring issues such as history, power, memory, kinship, death, the human soul, and the responsibility of the artist. Through contextualization and close readings of each of his feature fiction films (broaching many of his documentaries in the process), this volume unearths a vision of Sokurov's films as equally mournful and passionate, intellectual, and sensual, and also identifies in them a powerful, if discursively repressed, queer sensitivity, alongside a pattern of tensions and paradoxes. This book thus offers new keys to understand the lasting and ever-renewed appeal of the Russian director's Janus-like and surprisingly dynamic cinema – a deeply original and complex body of work in dialogue with the past, the present and the future.
A groundbreaking portrait of Kerouac as a young artist—from the award-winning author of Minor Characters In The Voice is All, Joyce Johnson, author of her classic memoir, Door Wide Open, about her relationship with Jack Kerouac, ...
Author: Joyce Johnson
A groundbreaking portrait of Kerouac as a young artist—from the award-winning author of Minor Characters In The Voice is All, Joyce Johnson, author of her classic memoir, Door Wide Open, about her relationship with Jack Kerouac, brilliantly peels away layers of the Kerouac legend to show how, caught between two cultures and two languages, he forged a voice to contain his dualities. Looking more deeply than previous biographers into how Kerouac’s French Canadian background enriched his prose and gave him a unique outsider’s vision of America, she tracks his development from boyhood through the phenomenal breakthroughs of 1951 that resulted in the composition of On the Road, followed by Visions of Cody. By illuminating Kerouac’s early choice to sacrifice everything to his work, The Voice Is All deals with him on his own terms and puts the tragic contradictions of his nature and his complex relationships into perspective.
Gaitskill, Best New American Voices 2009, p. xiv. 42. McGurl, The Program Era, p
. 375. 43. ... Kenner, Joyce's Voices, p. 17. 56. Ferris, 'Uncle Charles Repairs to
the ... O'Connor, The Lonely Voice, p. 23. 63. Bellow, Collected Stories, p. 414.
Author: Kasia Boddy
Publisher: Edinburgh University Press
This book focuses specifically on short fiction written since 1950, a particularly rich and diverse period in the history of the form. A selective approach has been taken, focusing on the best and most representative work.
I heard the lonely voice of a lost little lamb running amidst the flock, looking for its
mother. It was getting late and they were almost at the entrance to the village,
where small groups of sheep would start to disperse and head for their individual
Author: Vincent Punter
A collection of short stories, essays and poems in which the author expresses common threads of humanity found in everyday life. His appreciation for the natural world and its beauty is evident in his pure and uncomplicated syntax, his keen observation, and his sincere assertions that indeed, come "straight from the heart".
And Other Songs, for High Voice Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky. MUSIC/ CLASSICAL
Peter Ilyitch TCHAIKOVSKY NONE BUT THE LONELY HEART & OTHER SONGS
FOR HIGH VOICE One of the most expressive and versatile of the great ...
Author: Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky
Publisher: Courier Corporation
One of the most expressive and versatile of the great nineteenth-century Romantic composers, Peter Ilyitch Tchaikovsky brought a sense of intimacy and emotional power to all of his music — whether for orchestra, opera, ballet, or art song. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians remarks on the characteristic charm of Tchaikovsky's songs, noting their "penetrating sweetness and sadness" as well as their "vocal excellence." In addition to the celebrated title work, this collection presents a rich selection of 40 enchanting melodies, including Don Juan's Serenade, Mignon's Song, Night of Stars, Serenade, Song of the Gipsy Girl, and other exquisite pieces for voice and piano. Featured texts by Goethe, Heine, Tolstoy, and other great poets appear in English and either German or French.
However, the director remained deeply invested in the 'agitki' genre, and he was
convinced that the lonely 'voice of art' that he had personified in the character of
the Fool still maintained the power to steer the course of humanity away from ...
Author: Mark Thornton Burnett
Publisher: A&C Black
Great Shakespeareans offers a systematic account of those figures who have had the greatest influence on the interpretation, understanding and cultural reception of Shakespeare, both nationally and internationally. In this volume, leading scholars assess the contribution of Orson Welles, Akira Kurosawa, Grigori Kozintsev and Franco Zeffirelli to the afterlife and reception of Shakespeare and his plays. Each substantial contribution assesses the double impact of Shakespeare on the figure covered and of the figure on the understanding, interpretation and appreciation of Shakespeare, provide a sketch of their subject's intellectual and professional biography and an account of the wider cultural context, including comparison with other figures or works within the same field.
EIBHEAR WALSHE Frank O ' Connor ' s Lonely Voice : Dissent in the Modern
Irish Short Story The short story has been a central and influential narrative form
within twentieth - century Irish literature and perhaps the most important and ...
Author: José R. Ibáñez
Publisher: Peter Lang
For nearly a century of being underestimated as a literary genre, the short story is currently experiencing a revival. The editors of this collection of articles have brought together the contributions of nine outstanding scholars in the field of the short story to reveal some of the many directions in which the genre is expanding. This book is a reasoned and well-documented anthology which casts light on new aspects of the short story. It participates in the current trend of short story criticism, characterized by the gathering in one single volume of a diversity of approaches with the main aim of promoting discussion on this thriving area of literary studies. The editors of this volume believe that a fruitful tension may rise by putting side by side insights into a not so well known tradition, on the one hand, and fresh considerations on unexpected developments of the short story, on the other. All in all, the short story emerges as a dynamic and flexible form that reacts and adapts itself better than any other literary genre to the challenges of the sceptical times we live in.
Indeed Bates finds Kipling no more than 'an interesting pathological study', with
no signs of 'fine quality' in the writing.1 Frank o'Connor offers more in the way of
engagement with Kipling's writing in his The Lonely Voice (1962). He notices that
Author: Howard J. Booth
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Rudyard Kipling (1865–1936) is among the most popular, acclaimed and controversial of writers in English. His books have sold in great numbers, and he remains the youngest writer to have won the Nobel Prize in Literature. Many associate Kipling with poems such as 'If–', his novel Kim, his pioneering use of the short story form and such works for children as the Just So Stories. For others, though, Kipling is the very symbol of the British Empire and a belligerent approach to other peoples and races. This Companion explores Kipling's main themes and texts, the different genres in which he worked and the various phases of his career. It also examines the 'afterlives' of his texts in postcolonial writing and through adaptations of his work. With a chronology and guide to further reading, this book serves as a useful introduction for students of literature and of Empire and its after effects.
Cleanth Brook and Robert Penn Warren, UnderstandingFiction, (New York 1943)
, p.570. Frank O'Connor, The Lonely Voice, (London 1963), p.26. 1hid., p.18. 1hid
., p.18. John Starrack, Paper Tigers: the [deal Fiction of forge luis Borge (Oxford ...
Author: Ahmed Fagih
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Ahmed Fagih, PhD. is a writer of international standing. His writings include the award winning trilogy Gardens of the night and a large body of novels, plays, short story collections, and essays. His dramas were performed in so many countries and his books widely read and translated. He found and chaired many institutions in his county and abroad among the posts he occupied the chairman of Arab Cultural Trust. The general secretary of union of writers and artists, the director of the national institute of drama and music. He directed and performed many plays for the theatre group he founded in Tripoli The New Theatre. He served as the head of his countries diplomatic missions in Athens and Bucharest. He is the chairman of the Mizda heritage society and was awarded the highest medal in his country The grand al-fatah medal.
"MY NAME IS FINIS": THE LONELY VOICE OF STEVIE SMITH INGRID HOTZ-
DAVIES When I sat down to write this article, I wanted to write about the delightful
but also disconcerting aspects of Stevie Smith's poetry: her quirkiness, her ...
Author: C. C. Barfoot
In Black and Gold indicates that opposed styles of poetry reveal subterranean correspondences that occasionally meet and run together. Austerity or tomfoolery are two of the many valid responses to the human condition that create the contiguous traditions that cannot help touching and reacting to each other. The poetry discussed in this book deals with the relation of individuals to strange or to familiar landscapes, and what this means to their own sense of displacement or rootedness; with the use of history as an escape from or as a challenge to an apparently failing present; and with the role of nationalism either as a refuge for angry frustration, or as a weapon against the affronting world, or as an ambivalent loyalty that needs to be scoured, or as all three. Here we find poetry as a means of discovering true or false allegiances and valid or invalid public and private identities; poetry as a medium for exploring the uses of the demotic in confronting the breakdowns and injustices of modern democracy; poetry as play in the midst of private and public woe; poetry as a spiritual quest, as a spiritual scourging, as a wrestling with spiritual absences; and poetry as an intermittent and sporadic commemoration of the triumphs and delights of epiphanic encounters with the physical world.
M. Nuss. chanteuse, the lonely singersongwriter: all are better analogues for the
written voice than the orator or conversationalist. And singing is an interesting
choice. Singing is an art that prizes the singer's relationship to his or her
Author: M. Nuss
As theatres expanded in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the distance between actor and audience became a telling metaphor for the distance emerging between writers and readers. Nuss explores the ways in which theatre helped authors imagine connecting with a new mass audience.